See photos from the 12th annual General Motors African Ancestry Network dinner at the Renaissance Center Feb. 9.
Photography by Jerry Zolynsky
The GMAAN (General Motors African Ancestry Network) 12th annual dinner was held at the Renaissance Center in the Detroit Marriott ballroom Feb. 9. About 1,200 African-American General Motors employees, guests and community leaders attended the event celebrating Black History Month. Awards were given out at a VIP event prior to the dinner. The keynote speaker was actor and author Hill Harper, who bought the Roasting Plant coffee shop in downtown Detroit last year.